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796 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M6G 1L7
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Closing soon 11:30 am - 2:30 pm5:00 pm - 10:30 pm

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Rates:

  • $11 To $25,

Opening Hours

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
Sat & Sun Closed 3:00pm - 5:00pm
Mon - Fri Closed 2:30pm - 5:00pm

Cuisine type

  • South Indian Authentic Cuisine,
  • North Indian Authentic Cuisine,
  • Indian,

Dishes

  • Halal Meals,

Features

  • Full Bar,
  • Wheelchair-accessible Restaurant,
  • Restaurant With Delivery Services,
  • Restaurant With Parking,
  • Full Dinner Menu,
  • Open Late Hours,

Atmosphere

  • Family,
  • Casual,

Languages Spoken

  • English,

Getting There

  • Bloor St W & Crawford St,
  • Christie & Ossington Subways,

Ratings & Reviews - Banjara Indian Cuisine - Bloor St

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  • Atmosphere: 3.4/5
  • Food: 3.2/5
  • Service: 3.4/5
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Eva F
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I had a horrible experience after buying $70 worth of food only to realize the food wasnt fresh and had thrown up the rest og the food by night: ( Only the naan was fresh but the veggie dishes were extremely over seasoned and the tandoori chicken was not done and practically raw in the middle ..i will not be going there again ! Thats for surr

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jeffmusial
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Great

Great

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norfolklocal
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2 apps 2 drinks 2...

2 apps 2 drinks 2 dinners with left overs for the next day.. Under $60 unreal, we go all the time

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Restaurantica12
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the north and south

The food was average. It was not bad but I wouldn't say the most delicious either since the chicken was a bit dry. Although the serving size was ample. The service itself was quick and we were seated quickly. We ate on the patio as the inside was nothing too special. The alcohol was heavily promoted here as you'll need it to enjoy the decor if your inside. When we arrived here we actually thought it was one place but Madras Palace is the next restaurant apparently serving South Indian food, as to where this Banjara is North Indian food. Either way, overall the place was average in terms of all things considered.

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Restaurantica12
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We were about 8 people who went for dinner and...

We were about 8 people who went for dinner and was our second time here. Firstly flies were hovering everywhere which was annoying, then fruit flies fell into my beer. The first time I experienced the same and thought there must be some improvement but guess they are least interested. The service was good but I have heard from somewhere that the servers do not get to keep the tips which I thought was ridiculous. When I asked the server whether they get the tips the server hesitated so I assumed they dont. Secondly I was reading some review on the menu cover and it said that eating this food is one of the best ways to stay healthy..With all that cream and oil I am afraid I dont agree. The food does taste great but it aint healthy. Inspite of the food being tempting I dont think we will be eating here often.

Atmosphere: 2/5
Food: 1/5
Service: 4/5
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